Are you looking for information on how to download Microsoft Word 2003? Although Microsoft Word 2003 is still a commonly used word processing program, you are unable to download it directly from the Microsoft website. Whenever Microsoft releases a new version of Word, only that version is accessible via their website. Luckily, there are still many third party companies, such as Brothersoft, that have Microsoft Word 2003 available for download.
To download Microsoft Word 2003, you will need:
- A computer
- Internet access
- Search for a website that has older versions of Microsoft Word. You will need to visit a website that provides this service and download Microsoft Word 2003. Once you have accessed the website, type "Microsoft Office 2003" into the search box. Unfortunately, there are no websites that provide downloads of Microsoft Word 2003 on its own. You will need to download the entire 'Office' package in order to access Microsoft Word 2003.
Click On "Download". To continue the process of downloading Microsoft Word 2003, click on the blue "Download" link once you have accessed the Microsoft Office 2003 page. You will then need to select a server that will be used to download Microsoft Word 2003. Click on the server that corresponds to the country that you live in.
Click On "Save". Once you click on the server that you will use to download Microsoft Word 2003, you will need to click "Save" when the box appears on your screen. Depending on your web browser settings, you might have to pick a location for your Microsoft Word 2003 download to be saved to. Once the download finishes, you can access your Microsoft Word 2003 download by double clicking on the icon that appears on your screen.
- You will need to purchase an activation key from Microsoft in order to use Microsoft Word 2003.
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